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UPDATE | Fallout 4 - File Size and DLC exclusives

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According to the Xbox marketplace, the Fallout 4 Xbox One file size is only 28.12GB, which makes it 7.65GB bigger than Rise of the Tomb Raider. The PlayStation 4 and PC file size will probably be a bit bigger. We all know Fallout games are not big on graphics, but rather focus on things like exploration.


In response to the question if Fallout 4 will have any DLC exclusives deals, Pete Hines, Bethesda VP of PR and Marketing, tweeted that:

"we aren't doing a DLC exclusive with anyone."

Fans can rest assured that in the Wasteland, all platforems are equal ;).

Update Ends.

How big is Fallout 4

  • Dialogue: Over 111 000 lines of dialogue (more than Fallout 3 and Skyrim combined).
  • Map size: Around 30 square miles (double that of Skyrim's 14.6 square miles).
  • Gameplay: Over 400 hours

So, Fallout 4 is really big, but how do you explain the average current-gen file size of 28.12GB? Most current-gen games boast at least 30GB or even double that of Fallout 4. I already stated that spectacular graphics have never been the biggest Fallout drawing card, but Bethesda still has to fill the massive Wasteland with assets.

In Skyrim, Bethesda replicated assets to populate the game world, so it could be that they'll do the same in Fallout 4. Or perhaps the file size is average because Fallout 4 will not have a lot of cut scenes and cinematics. Whatever the reason for such an enormous game to weigh in only around 28GB, we expect Fallout 4 to be everything we wanted in the next Fallout game.

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